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The DOD is looking to its partners in the cloud to help with some of its pressing cyber challenges. The Navy needs more money so it can better reinforce its IT to "fight hurt." And the Air Force May look to allies to contribute as robotic wingmen in future battles. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Aug. 19, 2022.

DOD looking to cloud vendors to accelerate zero trust and CMMC adoption

From CMMC to zero trust, the Pentagon sees its cloud services providers as allies in bolstering its cybersecurity — and those of its contractors — in a more efficient manner. Billy Mitchell has more.

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The Navy's IT systems need to be designed to "fight hurt"

The Navy is coming to terms with the notion that for its systems to fight through cyberattacks, that level of redundancy will cost more money. Mark Pomerleau has this.

Air Force eyeing potential allied contributions of robotic wingmen

U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles “CQ” Brown sees robotic wingmen as the wave of the future. And there may be opportunities for allies and partners to contribute those types of capabilities to a joint fight, he suggested at an international air chiefs conference in Washington on Friday. Jon Harper reports.

NATO about to start work on new strategy to guide members' use of autonomous systems in warfare

NATO is poised to begin the development of a new strategy next week that will ultimately inform how its member-nations apply autonomous capabilities in future conflicts, the military alliance’s Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges David van Wheel told reporters on Friday. Brandi Vincent has the story.

SDA’s new on-orbit testbed will experiment with alternative PNT technology, other capabilities

The Pentagon plans to use a new on-orbit testbed to experiment with satellite payloads that could offer alternative positioning, navigation and timing (PNT), or other highly sought capabilities, according to the head of the Space Development Agency. Jon Harper has this too.


Emerging tech trends will help defense agencies remain nimble and innovative

Chief Analyst Eric Hanselman from S&P Global Market Intelligence discusses trends in AI, 5G and other emerging technologies, and how they can have a positive impact on the Dept. of Defense's mission over the next decade. Watch more from Hanselman.

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